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statisticsplural noun

us   /stəˈtɪs·tɪks/ infml stats, /stæts/
a collection of numerical facts or measurements, as about people, business conditions, or weather: The statistics show that, in general, women live longer than men.
statistical
adjective us   /stəˈtɪs·tɪ·kəl/
There is little statistical evidence to support the idea that stocks do better in summer than in other seasons.
statistically
adverb us   /stəˈtɪs·tɪk·li/

statisticsnoun [U]

us   /stəˈtɪs·tɪks/
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Translations of “statistics”
in Korean 통계학…
in Arabic إحْصائيّات…
in Malaysian perangkaan…
in French statistiques…
in Russian статистика…
in Italian statistica…
in Turkish istatistik, istatistik bilimi…
in Polish statystyka…
in Spanish estadística, datos estadísticos…
in Vietnamese số liệu thống kê…
in Portuguese estatística…
in Thai สถิติ…
in German die Statistik…
in Catalan estadística…
in Japanese 統計…
in Indonesian statistik…
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